The secret inside your cellphone (CBC Marketplace)

♪ ♪>>Wendy Mesley: This is a special edition ofmarketplace.Most of us carry our phones next to our body. And why wouldn’t we? Science, tests and the hidden message in your cell phone.>>I can’t find it.>>Such information about health cannot become a fine print.>>Wendy: We test the top-selling brands. So the results are in?>>We got the results.>>Surprised?>>I don’t think I’ll carry it the same way I have been.>>Now I’m a little bit worried.>>Wendy: This is yourmarketplace.There’s a secret inside our phones.>>Really?>>Wendy: Some would even call it a warning.>>Where would I be able to find it?>>Wendy: It’s a message that cell phone makers are required to share, but most have never seen it and can’t even find it when they try.>>Control centre. General.>>I can’t find it. I’m going to be honest.>>That’s how it looks?>>The message in my phone says, “To reduce exposure to RF energy “use a hands free option “such as speakerphone, “to carry the phone at least “five millimetres away “from your body, to ensure “exposure levels remain at or below the as-tested levels.” ♪ ♪>>So don’t leave it in your pocket.>>I never hold my cell phone 1.5 centimetres from my body, ever.>>What does that mean?>>Exactly what that message means is what I’m trying to figure out. Why are we being told to keep our phones away from our body? I did my first story on cell phones almost 20 years ago. Is your study something that the cell phone industry was watching?>>Yes, of course.>>Wendy: There wasn’t a lot of science back then.>>A thimble full of research is what we have now.>>Wendy: But suspicions were starting to grow that cell phone use had some health risks.>>When did you start to think this had something to do with a cellular phone?>>I think when I saw the first MRI and saw the location of the tumour.>>Wendy: Also growing was the suspicion that we’re not being told the whole story.>>Industry can be really truly malignant.>>There are no adverse health effects in fields of this nature.>>The industry clearly is hands off.>>Shouldn’t we know the answer by now? All these years later, I’m still asking the same questions– are cell phones safe and are being told enough to make that decision for ourselves? There is a city in California that doesn’t think we are. Berkley is a great example of the battle between the people who think that the public needs to know more about cell phones and the cell phone industry that thinks that people have been told enough. City council actually passed something called an ordinance ordering all of the phone stores in the city to put up a sign.>>Hi there. I’m good. How are you?>>Wendy: So when you walk in, you see the message that is inside your phone actually up on the counter. So they do have it here. And then they think that people will have more information.>>Hi there.>>Wendy: They might change their behaviour or they might choose not to change their behaviour. ♪ [dramatic]>>The city is in a new battle over what it can say about cell phones and your cancer risk.>>Wendy: Berkley has got the message out, but those signs have stirred up a lot of controversy.>>For now, this law is in effect.>>Wendy: The cell phone industry wants them to come down.>>Face off today between two very high-profile attorneys over the issue of cell phone radiation warnings.>>Wendy: On the cell phone industry’s side, the same lawyer who fought for big tobacco.>>There are no link between cell phones and any known health problems.>>Wendy: They’re arguing that the signs are alarmist.>>The total effect, Your Honour, is watch out.>>Wendy: But Berkley is standing their ground.>>All we’ve done is to make sure that consumers are aware of this basis.>>Wendy: The fight is expected to go all the way to the supreme court.>>We will let you know when he issues his ruling.>>Did you have any idea that this would lead to this?>>I did. You know, cities have been trying to educate consumers about the effect of RF radiation and safe use guidelines for years.>>Wendy: Mayor Jesse Arreguín is on the front lines in this battle over the right to know more.>>They say that that message is baseless. That you have no scientific proof that there’s any safety concern.>>All we are asking that stores do is provide the same information that the federal government mandates and that’s already supposed to be disclosed.>>There’s less than 20 mobile stores here. Why is it such a big case for the wireless industry?>>I think the concern on the part of the telecommunications industry if we can do it in Berkley, then other cities will do it as well.>>You’re going to stick with it?>>We’re going to stick with it.>>Wendy: At the heart of the message the cell phone industry doesn’t want displayed, information on how to make sure you are not exposed to radiation levels above the government safety limit. Whether it suggests carrying the phone at five, ten, or 15 millimetres away from the body depends on how it was tested.>>I would say these are the bestsellers out of all three brands.>>Wendy: So before leaving Berkley, I pick up a few phones to find out what that testing is about.>>Here you are. Thank you very much.>>Have you ever seen the testing before?>>All these stories about cell phones, I’ve never actually seen the testing. The lab we’re going to is one of many that’s hired to test and certify the phones before they are allowed out on the market. So they’re going to show us how that testing works, but also we’ve asked them to do an extra test for us, because we want to see what happens, what results they get when they test the phone the way people actually use them, right up against the body. So the chief engineer at this lab, his name is Jay Moulton, and he’s going to do the test for us today. So I’ve got three phones here for testing.>>Okay.>>From the top three manufacturers. And the big sellers are theSamsungGalaxy, theLG5…>>Okay.>>and theiPhone7.>>Okay.>>So this is it?>>This is it.>>Wendy: Moulton was part of an international committee that designed this testing standard. What are you going to start with?>>Well, we’ll start with the head measurement.>>What is the wand actually looking for?>>It’s looking for the highest amount of electric field coming into the tissue.>>This is supposed to represent what happens inside the brain?>>Yes.>>Wendy: Just like for the manufacturers, our phones will be tested at the highest power level possible.>>So it will be transmitting as if you were as far away from a base station as you can get and still make a call.>>My phone is trying extra hard.>>This is the worst case it can ever get to be for a cell phone. Put it into the holder. Move it up close to the head. And then I just, at this point I’m going to adjust so that the speaker is right at the edge of the ear.>>Wendy: That plastic ear is six millimetres thick and positions the phone at the distance it’s assumed we hold it. And if you are thinking that head looks big, it’s because it is.>>The head was designed based on a 1950s army study of all the army men and they came up with an average-sized head.>>This idea was devised before little kids starting using phones.>>Yes.>>Wendy: This one size fits all model is just one of the reasons critics say it’s time for the testing to change. I’m in Washington, DC to see Devra Davis. She’s a toxicologist, a senior epidemiologist. When I first met her about 10 years ago, she told me that the testing method doesn’t at all take into effect the size of a child’s brain.>>You see here this side showing you the brain of an adult.>>So this is where the cell phone would sit, and this is the radiation that’s absorbed?>>Yes.>>This is the one we’re most concerned about. This is the head of a five-year-old.>>She was a big part of the fight to get lead out of drinking water. She fought against tobacco. And now for– actually, for many years now, she’s been fighting to tell people that they should be concerned about cell phones. When I first interviewed you many years ago, you were persuaded there was a problem. You are still persuaded.>>Oh, more than ever unfortunately.>>Why?>>Well the science has progressed. Without any question. We have more experimental data on animals. Unfortunately, we have more data on people.>>How much more science is there now?>>I’d say it has doubled since I first really became aware and wrote about this in 2007.>>Wendy: Among the recent research, a $25 million study on rats by the US government, the largest they’ve ever done. The findings were released just last year.>>It was set up to answer the question whether or not there was any effect on health from low levels of radiation like those from cell phones. The scientists running the study thought it would find nothing. They were astonished when they showed this increase in highly malignant, aggressive tumours of the brain and the heart.>>Wendy: Astonished because some rats were exposed to radiation levels below the safety limit that cell phones have to meet. The findings were deemed so important, those heading it wasted no time letting the regulators know. Canada was looped in, too. But when we ask Health Canada about it, they say… Health Canada isn’t the only one with questions. For many it comes down to this. If cell phones are a problem, where are all the brain tumours in humans?>>This is one of the worst tumours we have ever seen in a guy who said he lived on his phone.>>Wendy: In Edmonton, neuro-oncologist Dr Jay Easaw recently helped launch a brain tumour registry…>>It seems the tumour is growing. It’s putting pressure on the skull.>>Wendy: track what we’re seeing in Canada. So you’re looking for answers.>>100 per cent.>>What are your suspicions?>>I believe that we’re going to see more and more studies that show a correlation between cell phone use and the incidents of brain tumours. There’s no question that we’re seeing more young people coming into clinic with brain tumours, and the question is why.>>But your message is not reflected by Health Canada.>>Yeah.>>What do you think of that?>>[sighs] You know, I understand why because the data that are out there are so controversial. And in Health Canada’s position, they have to look at the data and they have to come to a conclusion. And truthfully, the data are inconclusive.>>Why is there not more data?>>Do you know why? I’ll tell you, even in our own clinic, we’ve tried to keep track of this. And when we ask a patient about their cell phone use, we’re asking them to remember. And that’s just not reliable. And that’s why it’s important to get the message out now. We need to at least get young people and adults to start thinking about their use. And doing things that potentially can help protect them.>>Have you ever done that test for anyone else?>>No I haven’t. Because it’s not a requirement, so the manufacturers don’t do it very often.>>Wendy: New tech, old safety rules? This is yourmarketplace.>>Wendy: Science, tests, and your phone on yourmarketplace.Questions around cell phone safety have now spanned decades. As the science mounts on both sides, so do criticisms over how much we’re being told.>>Such information about health cannot become a fine print.>>I do think that information should be made more available. ♪ ♪>>Why the concern?>>It’s constantly emitting microwave radiation. And that radiation, if it’s right next to your body, gets into you. Whether it’s your breast or your pants pocket. Reality is, every millimetre closer to the head or body you keep a phone, you can get more radiation.>>Wendy: So why does the government allow phones to be tested at a distance?>>Okay, so this is where we do the body measurements, is on the flat phantom.>>Wendy: And what will happen when we test them the way you actually wear them? So first, you’re going to do it with the distance.>>Yeah.>>Wendy: Chief engineer Jay Moulton is helping us find out.>>First measurement, what I’ll do is at, with a five millimetre gap, which this is a five millimetre distance.>>Because that’s how they test it, with a five millimetre distance?>>This is howApple did the original test.>>Wendy:Appletests closer than many at five millimetres;LGdoes their testing at 10;Samsungtests this phone at 15. That’s a full centimetre and a half away from the body. The maximum allowed.>>That seems like– who wears their phone 15 millimetres away?>>It’s big gap.>>Wendy: A gap that was designed in the day of holsters.>>When was the last time you saw somebody with a phone in there who wasn’t under age 70?>>Why don’t they test the way that people use it, like next to the body?>>I think if phones were tested the way people use them, none of them would pass.>>Wendy: Results from the first test, the way manufacturers do it, are in. All three phones come within the safety limit.>>Okay, so that’s no surprise to you?>>That’s no surprise.>>Wendy: Time to start our test– the way most of us carry them.>>We’ll roll this thing all the way up until it touches and has a zero gap.>>Wendy: have you ever done that test for anyone else?>>No, I haven’t. Because it’s not a requirement so the manufacturers don’t do it very often.>>Wendy: Not required even though most people we talked to say this…>>Yes, I definitely would not carry it five millimetres from my body. I would have it very close to me.>>It’s in my jean pocket over here or it’s in my back pocket.>>Wendy: But what harm could that do?>>We have known now for more than 10 years that men who keep phones in their pocket have lowered sperm count, they have poorer sperm quality.>>Young women sometimes wear their phones in their bra.>>Correct.>>This is an MRI that was shared with us by our colleague Dr John West of a 21-year-old. These are tumours in her breast. The hot spot right here, right under where the phone was kept.>>But how do you know that could be caused by a cell phone?>>We don’tknow,but what we know is this– it’s extraordinary unusual for a young woman to have one breast cancer. To have two, three, or four and they all develop as separate tumours under the antenna of the phone, that’s beyond coincidence.>>Wendy: A link between breast cancer and phones hasn’t been proven, but for Davis, case reports like this are worrisome.>>We think this is enough of a concern that we’re telling people, please be aware of this.>>Wendy: This is why she argues phones should be tested the way we wear them. So what happens when they are? So the tests are all done.>>Tests are all finished.>>And?>>The number exceeded the limit. It went up significantly with each one of the phones.>>Wendy: That’s right. The phones exceeded the safety limit when they were moved right against the body. The radiation absorbed increased three to four times. Does that concern you?>>No. Primarily because this is a worst case test to where everything is at max power, maximum worst conditions.>>Wendy: We shared our results with all three manufacturers.LGtold us they take the responsibility of producing safe products seriously and test according to the guidelines.Samsungsays their phones meet or exceed all regulatory standards. As forApple,they have no comment and refer us back to that message in our phones. Health Canada– on track or behind the times?>>They don’t want to investigate this. I think they are not — they are looking for any excuse they can find to continue with the status quo.>>Wendy: The former head ofMicrosoft Canadaspeaks out. This is yourmarketplace.>>Wendy: This is yourmarketplace.Seven out of ten people say they carry their phones in their pocket or against their bodies. But when we tested three popular brands the way you wear them, all went over Canada’s limits on radiation exposure.>>It’s kind of scary.>>I don’t think I’ll carry it the same way I have been.>>Now I’m a little bit worried.>>Wendy: He may be worried, but Health Canada says it’s not because their safety… They’re saying that the testing is so safe that there is no way that we could be at harm.>>The system is out of date. It’s testing something that’s not relevant to how we use phones or to the ways that we know phones can affect our health.>>Just keep it 15 millimetres away from your body.>>Wendy: Canadian groups have been urging Health Canada to reassess those safety limits too since science now shows possible harm below the level that phones are tested for.>>We’re stuck in this quagmire of believing this science that is decades old.>>Wendy: Frank Clegg is an engineer and the former president ofMicrosoft Canada;now, he heads a group advocating for safer use of technology.>>There are dozens and dozens of studies that we presented to Health Canada that show harm at levels below Canada’s guidelines.>>Wendy: He thought they were making headway when a couple of years ago, the government agreed to review the issue. Over 200 studies were submitted by Clegg’s group. Research on humans and animals suggesting potential harm, everything from behaviour changes to DNA damage and sperm abnormalities. All at radiation levels below what phones are tested for. Clegg was told many don’t meet Health Canada’s bar. He wants to know why.>>I think they are looking for any excuse they can find to continue with the status quo.>>Wendy: We asked repeatedly to speak with Health Minister Jane Philpott, but she declined our request for an interview. So we took our questions to cancer epidemiologist Paul Demers.>>The evidence that comes out, I believe, is still mixed.>>Wendy: Demers was asked to review the science on cell phones for Health Canada.>>So what is your bottom line then? Are– the way that we use cell phones now, are we safe?>>I believe we are. The fact is we don’t have, at least when I looked at the evidence last, we don’t have the evidence to say that there are adverse health effects. There are other scientists that I respect who are more convinced.>>What do you do with your phone?>>I keep it in my pants pocket so it’s handy. It hasn’t concerned me to that level.>>Wendy: As for Health Canada’s bottom line, they say… They add…>>So how do you explain that?>>Health Canada’s track record is atrocious. How long did it take to figure out tobacco? So the fact that Health Canada is behind isn’t news. The fact that they’re not doing anything about it to me is unforgivable.>>Wendy: Clegg wants change, but for now says information should be out in the open so people can decide for themselves.>>I think there’s an opportunity for Canada to be among the leaders in the world like Berkley, California, to get the manufacturers’ warnings out to say, look, be careful how you use the technology, there is a safe way to use it and there’s a potentially harmful way.>>When I first started covering this, manufacturers were saying there’s no science showing any concern. Then it became there’s no conclusive evidence. Now it seems, the totality of science doesn’t– the lingo is changing.>>Yeah, the lingo is changing but they can’t make it all go away. We should not insist on proof that we have made people sick before taking steps to protect others.>>Wendy: While Health Canada says you shouldn’t be concerned, they do provide tips in case you are.>>So do you feel like you’re any closer to the answer?>>Well, it’s been 20 years of asking two questions– one, are cell phones safe? I still don’t know the answer to that. And two, are people being given enough information to decide for themselves? And on that I think I’ve discovered, I think we’ve proven that people, most people have no idea that message is in their phone, a message the government requires. So I think it’s kind of obvious that they could be more upfront with that information. So I’m going to keep pushing for more information and I’ll report back in 20 years.>>Okay. Thank you.>>Asha: Join us for our season finale on April 7th.>>Team Asha versus…>>Team Charlsie.>>Let’s do this.>>Asha: Charlsie and I are going head-to-head. Investigating the wedding industrial complex.>>The minute you say wedding, the money bells go off. ding-a-ling-a-ling!>>Everything is marketed to brides as like, you need this or your wedding will suck.>>Asha: But are you paying extra just because of one word?>>You’d be looking at $452.>>You’re looking at $800.>>Wow. It’s a wedding war you won’t want to miss.

100 Replies to “The secret inside your cellphone (CBC Marketplace)”

  1. GEE! This is hard to figure out… Warfare makes them rich so we should always believe we are spreading democracy and saving the world… God put them in charge of us… How do we know? Their fairytale book told us so!! They talk to God – then they tell us what God said… No one ever lies to put billions of dollars in their pockets!!
    I usually keep mine in a shopping bag or on a table…

  2. We've watched the cell phone industry's behavior at close range—don't trust them. They are trying to get you to believe something that they know is not true.

  3. I knew these claims were true because I had to work on radar equipment and it's very high with RF energy and I knew the warnings of the Mfr's booklets.

  4. Now that I saw this, I'm never putting it in my pants pocket. I'm keeping it in my back-pack. Also I'm getting a wire microphone and ear phone plug to talk, and I'm turning off my phone when not in use.


    i have worked on High Voltage overhead power-lines and it's a known fact that proximity to them greatly increases Tumors.
    The leakage in Microwave ovens was recognized as dangerous, just after the first appeared. They just PAYED Scientists to raise the permissible levels.
    Schools near Cell Towers have increased incidences of Tumors in young children … …

  6. If cellphones are so safe, then why is this safety message on all cell phones? Cellphones get better and faster But, Why is there no health tests connected c with the up and coming 5g network???? As consumers we have the rite to know ALL information concerning cellphones or the 5g system? Think about it…

  7. If you don't need to use it, turn it off or at least put it in Airplane Mode. Anything wireless in your home is also dangerous.

  8. Ok I copied and pasted this from the fine print in my phone and the part that trips me out is it says there is no separation when talking about testing and it's almost immediately followed by the 5mm. Take a look….

    During testing, iPhone radios are set to their highest transmission levels and placed in positions that simulate uses against the head, with no separation, and when worn or carried against the torso of the body, with 5mm separation.

  9. The top comment is "who else is watching this on their phones" is just missiong the lol… sad people are so dumb now. This is just a small example but we really need more people to become free thinkers. Oh yeah and by the way i know that comment was forced to the top 😉

  10. Hold it Right Here; Did She Say 25 Million Testing, on Rat, Were is The So Call Money, Coming From China 🇨🇳 and These Are So Call Adult?

  11. check into the new Smart meters we are being forced to put on are house. Here in Pa they made it law that we can not say no, and keep our analog meter.

  12. they'll destroy your eyes, brains, it can turn to be radiation, it can be virus that gets ur information or set your phone hot even not using and blew the battery up

  13. ya know what the worst thing for your health is , live ,spell it backwards , evil….now spell lived backwards , devil so i think life is the worst thing for ya cause everything is bad for ya , i wish i could tell ya all everything but it cant happen , everyone is in for the biggest , thats all and goodluck..

  14. I have an iPhone I opened settings I went to the information she mentioned there is a website supposedly explaining the dangers and blah blah blah I clicked on the link it will not open I wonder why try it on my phone it’s under settings general legal you will see a highlighted Link in blue mine will not open

  15. Use a headset. Try not to handle the phone too much.
    Basically, it isn't safe WITHIN 5mm of your skin anywhere on your body. In other words, DON'T hold a phone.
    Fertility rates among the highest mobile phone owners is, in fact, lower than developing countries with lower-spec phones and fewer phones.
    Ergo: the mobile phone is a fertility lowering device to reduce or impair the human race reproducing. Think this is a little weird? Do some research. Proper research.

  16. Why no recommendation for a head set to keep the cell phone away from the body? The cable is THREE feet and you plug it into the bottom of the phone.

  17. I sometimes leave my cell phone off, but then I get static from my daughters because they like to know if I am okay. It's so peaceful with the cell phone off… no chiming every time I get a text that turns out to be an ad for something I'm not interested in. I use my landline for business calls whenever possible. My plan doesnt allow for long distance or out of area calls, so I use the cell phone if there is no toll-free number available. I don't use ear buds and wonder if they are safe, since they are electronic and when they are in your ears, can't they be damaging to your hearing and also to your brain?

  18. I put my phone near the tv or computer once, cant remember which and it disrupted the picture and made buzzing sounds from the computer or tv.

  19. Fortunately, I dont talk on the phone that much. Im a black man and every time I look around I see black women constantly on the phone talking at supersonic speed so based on this, a lot of blsck women should have brain tumors. Lol

  20. Your phone records every thing you say or do. Be safe everyone 🙂 we are being bombarded with toxins everywhere. It's our food, our water and sprayed in our sky with chem trails. We are microwaving ourselves slowly.

  21. Our food, water, air is contaminated as well.. So this is a losing battle. Now they killing off our trees. Our last defence against the 5G that's going to fry us inside out. It will not penetrate trees, sad there goes our fresh air and protection..😷😖

  22. People got to realize this extends into the food industries such as the cheap garbage Walmart provides, a lot of the muscle deficiencies, early eye problems, weak immunities and an abundance of allergens are directly correlated to nanotechnology by products along with GMO
    and pharmaceutical prescriptions.

  23. The thing is is that ALL electric "appliances" if you will give off radiation. The phones are in the spotlight because we all carry them

  24. You don’t have to look hard to find the scientific research pertaining to wireless radiation, cell phones, electrical lines, etc. That being said, “waiting for high levels of scientific and clinical proof before taking action to prevent well-known risks can lead to very high health and economic costs, as was the case with asbestos, leaded petrol and tobacco

  25. It's a multi billion dollar industry… I worked in telecom..pays decent. people are addicted.. we all are willing to pay big bucks for convenience and take the risk… they continue with the current status quo..

  26. My hands get very hot, holding the phone to watch these videos. I can feel some aches/changes in hands and head, when the phone touches them while turned on

  27. I'm just wondering how many Million$ of Canadian Tax Dollar$ was spent on this over the top production, flying production and camera crews and assistants to the various cities, staying in luxurious 5 star hotels, room service, meals, etc. on and on, to come up with a 22 minutes of television that could have been done in the very same city that the CBC is located in.

  28. There is a link between cell phone and medical problems, it's called learning disability , think back or think of how many phone numbers you can recall without looking in your phone then think back to how many things you use to remember before cell phones , not that many years ago , kids have there phones to do there math for them,that's why you can hardly find a teenager to count back change ,

  29. Now it is obvious the law suit against the tobacco industry was scam.
    The government and big business have perfected the art of scamming and bilking us for every penny we have all the while killing us.

  30. What how you're a no-brainer I guess huh do you understand what you're saying on this video cell phones up against your head why aren't you having anything to do with the five Jesus just came in contact you know the one that's going to liquidate you when they turn it on and you got to buy your body yes 15 for the polarity around each cell phone or any kind of digital which is you don't use computers or laptops or tablets you know whatever all those let's worry about the 5G one of your run something on that is that is microwavable you worry about a phone woman please get out of the little things to look at and get into the bigger one 5G network is all over they have to cut trees down for it that's how you something they can't get the signal across the tree so don't let nobody cut your trees down if you want to stay safe and there is an alternative to repeal the microwaves so you don't fry like if I just stepped into a microwave oven and fried me look into it God bless

  31. So basically, they have never done the study the way it should, and the consumer mass did not worry about it because the Warning IS smartly HIDDEN in between a bunch of pages that people will never ever get to read, basically The IMPORTANT warning is in between a lot of Blah Blah Blah on purpose.

  32. Future pieces I think should include a discussion on the power density of RFR and what that means (microwatts per square meter).

  33. Don't forget the young women, their eggs are also being radiated when they hold their purse next to their body. 5G radiation is coming to fry your brain then you will see real ZOMBIES walking the streets. Remember your micro wave oven works just like your cell phones.

  34. One more thing my doctor told me, he said more and more 20 and 30 year old men are coming down with erectile disfunction and their wives and girlfriends are leaving them.

    KEEP your cell phone away from your body !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  35. I know this as it is on the lefleats of phones ..or used to be warning especially for kids under 16.. to do with their brains still growing,I used to go on to my kids about this when they were younger.. tell them to try text more instead of make calls …not to sleep with them ( not that they listened 🤣)

  36. Why? ….. because there's money involved. Same old story. If there's something bad, that people are doing to themselves and there's no money for industry to make from the thing that's bad… The data is always conclusive, and, no one contest the lab results. BUT!, however, if that same bad thing all of sudden is discovered to be a money making thing… people will start contesting the results of the test, … hire their own lab test so they can pay the lab to give the results they want.. and will go to no end to fight to hide truthful results…..

  37. Years ago I had a phone and in the pepper work that came with the phone…even suggested hands be washed after use. Check the paper work that came with your phone.

  38. Wrap your phone in aluminum foil to create a farraday cage–and 5G–IS A DEADLY RADIATION SOURCE which was known by our mavellous
    government when it was offered

  39. It’s all about money. Crooked politicians turning a blind eye and making $$$ under the table. Tele communication companies are placing profit for money above human safety and they are lying about it.

  40. You have to hold the phone in your hand and your hand is part of your body so how are you going to hold it five feet away from your body I mean you can sit the phone down on a table or wherever you sitting at but if you're not sitting in your walking that's not going to work

  41. So much BS about cell phones did you ever stop to think that the government is trying to keep you away from your link to the world

  42. This video only talks about the thermal effects of microwaves. There are thousands of peer reviewed studies showing the non thermal, biological damage they can cause. The regulatory bodies still don't accept that this non-ionising radiation can cause such damage, despite all the evidence.

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